The political economy, economic history and impact evaluations of the future
Innovation for economics and development
When development economics meets its potential. The next generation of impact evaluations for impact and development at scale. Tackling the hardest problems on the planet within and across both developing and developed countries. A better world.
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A new political economy for the next generation
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Data-driven, rigorous solutions for the next-generation of impact
Marketing as market mechanism
Labor economics and the future of work in developing countries
Organizational culture and customer service development
The new development economics of crime
The next big dent in global poverty and inequality
Development Economics X spans the technology, history and future of development economics
DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND THE FUTURE OF WORK
How can innovations save labor, resources and enhance decision making for accelerated social impact?
How can standards of living be significantly and fundamentally enhanced in an unequal and fast-changing world?
Getting international development right is essential for the living standards of billions.
Far too often, inadequate institutions and processes place an unacceptable ceiling on what is possible.
Current experimentation and other rigorous analyses are still unnecessarily slow and also suffer from uncoordinated policy making.
Innovations for rapid experimentation and enhancing institutions at scale must be integrated with a social and historical understanding for transparency, ethics and social impact.
)x by Kweku Opoku-Agyemang is an approach for rigorous consulting for development research and building projects, innovating to get done faster and more effectively than ever before.
I research and build economic and technological systems inspired by political economy, economic history and related fields. My goal is to provide efficient decision solutions for the private sector, governments, and international institutions throughout (what I call) the economic development stack for faster and better development.Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, Ph.D.
Development Economics X Paper Models
A working paper archive focusing on poverty, political economy and inequality, in history and the present, with the impact evaluations of the future.